Cuban Missile Crisis Speech

The world came very close to nuclear war half a century back.  The above video is of the speech that President Kennedy gave fifty years ago on October 22, 1962.  Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev in placing nuclear missiles in Cuba brought the

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The Debates Are History!

    And what an interesting history, up till this night, the debates have written in this election contest.  In the first debate a lifeless Obama and an energized Romney turned the election on its head with Romney taking the lead

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2012 Election – The Senate (Part Three)

We’re in the home stretch now as we look at the final set of Senate races. Each of these contests are either complete tossups or utter blowouts. Pennsylvania – Republican: Tom Smith. Democrat: Bob Casey (Incumbent). This race had flown under

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Former Catholic Priests Come Out for “Homosexual Marriage”

With a Public Religion Research Institute poll indicating that 59% of Catholics nationwide support so-called “homosexual marriage” (52% of the general public supports the notion), it shouldn’t prove surprising that the State of Washington’s Democrat-controlled legislature voted to legalize homosexual marriage

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Age of Unbelief

      Tying in with my co-blogger Dave Hartline’s post, which may be read here, my favorite living historian Victor Davis Hanson has a brilliant column today on the cynicism towards government that has justifiably grrown like Topsy during the period of

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Debate Advice-Round Three

    I gave debate advice to Mitt Romney for his first two presidential debates here and here.  Here is my advice for the final round tonight: 1.  Foreign Policy -This debate is about foreign policy.  Normally Americans are only

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